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La Cage aux Folles

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La Cage aux Folles

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Longacre Theater

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La Cage

Broadway Musical Comedy

Previews  April 6 2010
Opened  April 18 2010

Running Time  2 hrs 40 mins | 1 intermission

Tickets  $36.50 to $132.50

Prices do not include any taxes, service charges or other charges

Order at  Telecharge 212-239-6200 | Outside NY Metro Area 800-432-7250

Advisory Might not be suitable for children under 10
Children under 4 years of age not permitted









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No Performances  Jul 4th 7:00P

Added Performances  Jul 4th 3:00P

Curtain Changes  Apr 18th 6:30P


Sonia Friedman, The Menier Chocolate Factory, Fran Weissler, Barry Weissler, Robert Bartner, Norman Tulchin


Jean Poiret original play
Harvey Fierstein book
Jerry Herman music & lyrics
Jason Carr orchestrations

Terry Johnson director
Lynne Page choreographer

Matthew Wrigth costume design
Nick Richings lighting design
Tim Shortall scenic design
Acme Sound Partners sound design

Opening Night Cast    
Kelsey Grammer Georges  
Douglas Hodge Albin  
A J Shively Jean-Michel  
Fred Applegate M Renaud
M Dindon
Veanne Cox Madame Dindon
Madame Renaud
Robin de Jesus Jacob  
Christine Andreas Jacqueline  
Elena Shaddow Anne  
Chris Hoch Francis  
Heather Lindell Colette  
David Nathan Perlow Etienne  
Bill Nolte Tabarro  
Cheryl Stern Babette  


What's there to say? Gay partners, owners of a transvestite club, have a son engaged to daughter of a respected politician. Introductions over dinner arranged; they pretend to be straight. The set-up for many gags


La Cage is based on the original Jean Poiret play and the 1978 French film starring Ugo Tognazzi and Michel Serrault. Birdcage, the 1996 American remake starred Robin Williams and Nathan Lane. This version was a bit tamer than the French, but hey, how often do you get to see tough guy Gene Hackman in drag?


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